Drivers around the region take heed, there could be a lengthy change to your commute.
Council has advised that a section of Wollar Road will be closed for ten weeks from 10 January, to realign two dangerous curves as part of a three-year road safety upgrade.
Wollar Road will be closed through the Munghorn Gap Nature Reserve. A detour will be in place via Ulan Wollar Road. Details on the specific locations of the closure will be provided closer to the date on Council's website and Facebook page.
The closure of Wollar Road is expected to commence at 7am Monday, 10 January for ten weeks, with an anticipated reopening on Monday, 21 March.
The road will be closed for the shortest possible time necessary to reduce traffic impacts.
There will be some delays as works continue after this period under traffic control. The entire project is expected to be complete by May when traffic will return to normal.
Council said the works are part of the $6.8 million Wollar Road Upgrade, jointly funded by Council and the NSW Government through its Restart NSW Fund and Saving Lives on Country Roads programs.
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